4 players the Giants should put on the trade block during the 2024 NFL Draft

Will Joe Schoen be able to move these guys later this month?

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3. DB Aaron Robinson

Since coming into the NFL out of UCF as part of the Giants 2021 NFL Draft class, Aaron Robinson has seemingly been injured more than he’s been on the football field for the Giants. Originally, Robinson was drafted to help bolster the Giants defensive backs group, but even when he’s been on the field, it hasn’t exactly been pretty. Throughout his career, Robinson has only amassed 32 total tackles and four passes defensed, leaving a ton of room for growth during his time with the team.

Robinson tore his ACL in 2022 and he's having quite the time trying to get back on the field. Unfortunately for Robinson and the Giants, he wasn't able to appear in any contests this past season due to his knee issues.

Robinson may still have some raw talent that needs to be cultivated, but it’s not hard to see the writing is on the wall regarding his time with New York. Joe Schoen doesn’t seem to have a use for the defensive back, so the Giants should try to get all they can for the former third-round pick.